Louis C.K. Just Dropped A New Show


 While you were twiddling your thumbs wondering when the next season of "Louie" was going to debut, Louis C.K. was secretly making a whole other show.

The comedian dropped the first episode of "Horace and Pete," in which he stars alongside Steve Buscemi, on his website Saturday morning. In the show, Horace and Pete (C.K. and Buscemi) run a bar together and other characters pop in to, basically, hang and chat. 

Seems like the perfect setup for some of C.K.'s famous thoughts about stuff.

In August, the comedian released announced that he'd be taking an "extended hiatus" from FX series "Louie" in order to pursue other projects. This appears to be one of those projects.

"Horace and Pete" also features appearances from Alan Alda, Nick DiPaolo, Aidy Bryant, Edie Falco, Kurt Metzger and Steven Wright. 

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